Dining options at the Pecan clubhouse are plentiful for 2013. The Brazos Room patio has received a recent update and is ready for members’ use. Heaters are a new amenity of the space, so enjoying the view and staying warm at the same time are possible.
The new year also continues favorites in the clubhouse dining room, as well as specials offered weekly. Wednesday’s ever-popular chicken buffet is still on the menu, as is Sunday morning’s breakfast buffet and Sunday evening’s spaghetti and meatball fare.
To make meal reservations at the club, call 817-573-2641, and for curbside-2-go orders, call 817-573-2650.
GENEALOGY AT BREAKFAST CLUB
Breakfast Club meets each Wednesday morning at Pecan’s clubhouse, and this week folks will welcome Realtor Buddy Almy presenting “The Genealogy of the Almy Name.”
Come at 8 a.m. for breakfast and the program.
PECAN PLANTATION ART GUILD
The Pecan Plantation Art Guild (PPAG) is a busy group of artists who share their talents with each other and all residents of Pecan.
The group’s next meeting is Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Pecan Activities Center (PAC), and members’ work is featured at the Pecan and Nutcracker clubhouses, as well as in various businesses of Pecan Village.
For more information on the PPAG and its activities, exhibitions, and classes, contact president Martie Rains at 817-279-1348.
As work continues on Pooch Plantation, Pecan’s soon-to-be-completed off-leash dog park, opportunities to contribute to this new amenity still exist.
Friends of Pooch Plantation (FOPP), the group who spearheaded the dog park, meets the first Tuesday afternoon of each month at 2:15 at the PAC. Membership in FOPP is $25 per household per calendar year, and joiners receive a FOPP T-shirt
FOPP is offering “adopt-a-fence” section and “adopt-a-gate” options for folks interested in being a part of Pooch Plantation.
For more information on FOPP and its work on the dog park, contact folks at the PAC reception desk: 817-573-7952.
Pecan Fire Chief Dave Raffa congratulates volunteer fire department members Scott Christy, Carlos Oviedo, and Billy Volger, all of whom graduated from the Weatherford College Fire Academy last month and are now certified firefighters in the state of Texas. Thank you to these gentlemen, and all of the men and women in our emergency service groups, who keep us safe each day.
In more emergency volunteer news, Linda Boggs writes that the Volunteer Fire Department/Emergency Medical Service (VFD/EMS) Auxiliary presented a check for $11,218 to Fire Chief Dave Raffa and EMS Chief Sandra Winfield in December.
The check represents a year’s work of the Auxiliary’s fundraising projects, the proceeds of which support the VFD/EMS and in turn benefit all Pecaners.
The next meeting of the Auxiliary is Monday evening at 7 at the Charlie Lee EMS Building; all interested Pecan ladies are invited to attend.
GARDEN CLUB RENEWALS
Members of the Green Thumb Garden Club (GTGC) thank outgoing treasurer Dave Narducci for his service in 2012 and welcome Shirley Crise who will hold the office in 2013.
Toni McClendon reminds folks that 2013 dues are now being accepted, and checks may be sent to GTGC at 9703 Bellechase Road.
For more information on the club and its projects in Pecan, contact Toni at t[email protected]
BUSSES ROLLING AGAIN
School resumes Tuesday morning, which means bus routes will be running again, and we will see students coming and going.
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